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Hard to tell without a plan but by the look of things the roof planes are not properly joined.  Looks like they are overlapping slightly.

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It looks like you may have turned auto roof off a bit too soon.  If you are doing manual roof you are on your own to make it work out but hard to say exactly what the issue is without a plan file but it looks as though the soffit is manually following the roof surface layer which does not always work out properly on a custom build.

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5 hours ago, fcwilt said:

Hi,

 

Can someone explain what is causing this?

 

Can it be fixed?

 

Thanks.

 

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It is being caused by the gable fascia being deeper than the eave fascia . Chief builds soffits to follow the roof plane and doesn't treat them as separate objects. A boxed eave (not flush eaves) can be used, but if that isn't desired, you'll need to manually build your soffits using solids, moldings, or ceiling planes.

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20 minutes ago, robdyck said:

It is being caused by the gable fascia being deeper than the eave fascia . Chief builds soffits to follow the roof plane and doesn't treat them as separate objects. A boxed eave (not flush eaves) can be used, but if that isn't desired, you'll need to manually build your soffits using solids, moldings, or ceiling planes.

 

That makes sense. I think I can sort it out.

Thanks.

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